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Art Exhibit: Rountree Gallery’s “The Drift”

Rountree Gallery 120 W. Main St., Platteville, WI, United States

Rountree Gallery's annual spring exhibit features submissions from regional artists residing within 100 miles of Platteville. This is a great opportunity to show your support for local artists and the gallery. Gallery hours are 4-7 p.m. Thursday-Friday and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday.

Art Exhibit: Rountree Gallery’s “Variability of Means”

Rountree Gallery 120 W. Main St., Platteville, WI, United States

Artist Mary Bergs of Benton, WI, investigates the place where language and objects coincide in this site-specific installation in the Upstairs Gallery at Rountree Gallery. Gallery hours are 4-7 p.m. Thursday-Friday and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday.

4 Elements Wellness Series

Snapdragon Farms & Stable Community Education Room 1523 WI Hwy 78 Trunk, Mount Horeb

The integration of art, nature and mental well-being. If your intention word for 2023 is Connection, Creativity, or Self-Awareness, attending Natural Wisdom Counseling’s winter 4 Elements workshop series is where you begin! With an emphasis on relational, nature-based and expressive art practices, attendees may participate in experiences that foster mental health and well-being. This series…

$5 – $170

Winter Lyceum: “Greening From the Ground Up: Integration of Ground Source Heat Pumps into Historic Buildings” (via Zoom)

The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums 405 E. Main St., Platteville, WI, United States

Engineer Mark Nussbaum, who specializes in historic properties and the integration of energy efficient technologies, will review the basic concepts of ground source heat pump systems, how they work to provide climate control for buildings, and what specific features often make them an excellent choice in historic buildings. We will look at some of the…

The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums Winter Lyceum: “Electrifying” (Virtual)

The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums 405 E. Main St., Platteville, WI, United States

The 2023 Winter Lyceum hosted by The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums features seven electrifying lectures on topics exploring the realm of “energy” in the context of our place. The talks will be held online via Zoom, running each Sunday from February 19 to April 2 at 5 p.m. Each roughly 45-minute talk will be followed…

$4

Shake Rag Alley Winter Writer Reading Series: Craig Reinbold (in-person & via Zoom)

Shake Rag Alley Lind Pavilion 411 Commerce St., Mineral Point, WI, United States

Save the date to meet and hear from award-winning Wisconsin authors during this year's free Winter Writers Reading Series (donations welcome!). Craig Reinbold won the Council for Wisconsin Writers Kay W. Levin Short Nonfiction Award for the essay “What We Might Salvage,” which appeared in issue 93 of the literary journal AGNI. Craig’s writing has…

Live Music: Spring Norwegian Music & Dance Weekend

Folklore Village

Experience Norwegian culture through the music and dances of Telemark, Norway! Folklore Village's annual Spring Scandinavian Weekend will feature special guests sharing the music and dances of Telemark. The weekend includes intensive and engaging workshops in fiddle and dance, energetic evening dances, and delicious cultural meals by RedBarn Catering. Full-time adult registration is $280 if…

Mindfulness: Discussion and Practice

Spring Green Community Library 230 E. Monroe St., Spring Green, WI, United States

Every month on the third Saturday, either through Zoom or outside the library building, begin or deepen your mindfulness practice. Mindfulness is paying attention to one's thoughts, body sensations, emotions and surroundings without judgment. Mindfulness can be used for many reasons, from better physical health to better mental health to improved relationships with one's self…

Live Music: STS and Vicki

Spring Green General Store 137 S. Albany St., Spring Green, WI, United States

A multi-musical performance of original and cover music. STS is a Milwaukee native, a musician of the late '70’s and '80’s scene. He has played with Royal Flush, Generic Beans, Hot Liquid Medicine — all original groups — and now, Psycherelic. Vicki is a Chicago native whose musical experiences began as a classical violinist. Her…

donations for musicians gratefully accepted

Winter Lyceum: “Energy and Biological Farming: How Farmers Can Reduce Energy Use and Build Soil Carbon by Farming Differently” (via Zoom)

The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums 405 E. Main St., Platteville, WI, United States

Renowned farmer, author, and biological farming consultant Gary Zimmer presents the farmer's role in energy conservation and carbon building. With incentives and guidance, farmers have a role in reducing energy use and impacting climate change by planting cover crops, organic farming, reducing fertilizer use, making methane with on-farm digesters, making compost, and producing bio char.…